Bluenote Stibbert Tube CD/DVD player


Hi. I have a Bluenote Stibbert Tube CD/DVD player. I was wondering if anyone else has one of these. Is it supposed to play regular CD's or only 96/24bit DVD's? I can only get it to play a DVD that was burned at 96/24bit. Unless there's something I'm doing wrong.

Also, anyone have personal reviews/thoughts on this unit?

Average going price for it these days?

Thanks
Joe
joe26
Are you saying it doesn't play redbook?
Right. Is it suppose to play a regular CD? As in 16bit 44.1kHz? Or only 96/24?
There was a guy on Audiogon selling the Bluenote Stibbert Tube CD player last month.
I put the link below.
I was reading about the Bluenote Stibbert online and The Absolute Sound gave it an amazing review.
Here's the review.
http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/the-bluenote-stibbert-improved-cd-player/

The drive used in the Bluenote Stibbert accepts DVDs and the remote also has DVD features, but there is no video output on the back, so effectively this is not a DVD player. It is designed to be used as a CD player with a high-end stereo system.

Here's the link to the guy who was selling the Bluenote Stibbert. You should email him.

http://app.audiogon.com/listings/cd-sacd-players-goldenote-blue-note-stibbert-tube-cd-player-2013-04-09-digital-10538-larchmont-ny
This is a great CD player, and I believe it will also play DVD-Audio (if you remember that format). It uses a DVD drive. Sounds even better via its XLR outputs. Tube rolling beckons as well ...